LO-FI KOREA

I snagged a toy camera from a little back street stationary store in Nampo-dong last week. The super headz remake of the classic Vivitar ultra wide and slim. No batteries, no settings, just a small plastic box to stuff with rolls of 35mm film. It tagged along this weekend for an excursion up to Gyeongju, some beach exploring, and a Beomeosa hike. I was looking for a cheap and simple analog device and am happy with the shots. Easily slips in the pocket and should be perfect for some off-kilter graphics of the upcoming Asian trek.

Analog Korea

Busan shore

Busan shore

North gate wall, Guemejong, Busan

Beomeosa Pagoda

Bulguksa, Gyeongju, Korea

Gyeongju field

Gyeongju mounds

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4 responses to “LO-FI KOREA

  1. ok

    nice camera tip.
    nice shots.

  2. breanne

    these are really awesome.
    i wanna drive in that sea of flowers.

  3. i think this basically proves how rad plastic cameras can be, i looove my holga for this reason. I agree with breanne’s comment about the flowers. Viva la film!

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